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A group of engineering undergraduate students put their knowledge, creativity and resources to use and created a UB chapter of e-NABLE – an online global community who use 3D printers to make free and low-cost prosthetic upper limb devices for adults and children in need.

Buffalo Business First reports on the progress of two UB-affiliated companies. UB spinoff POP Biotechnologies has announced a $3 million investment and formation of a joint venture with Eubiologics for the development of an RSV vaccine and other vaccine candidates. Jonathan Lovell, associate professor of biomedical engineering, is co-founder of the company.

The team, comprising mostly freshmen and sophomores, designed a solar photovoltaic and battery storage system for a college campus in the Department of Energy sponsored competition.  

Jun Xia, an associate professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded a 2020 Qualcomm Faculty Award to support his research on the application of photoacoustic imaging in wearable technologies.

UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences held a virtual town hall Friday to discuss racial injustice, and how it affects the school, the greater Buffalo area and beyond.


The event will bring students from across the country to UB’s North Campus for a weekend of learning and connecting.


UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars is seeking applicants to take part in the Inclusive Autonomous Vehicle Design Challenge.


As the novel coronavirus spread across the globe, so too did a variety of do-it-yourself face coverings. However, there can be some hidden dangers with DIY personal protective equipment.